All-On-Four Dental Implants Available in Garland Dentist Office

all-on-four dental implants provide a happy smile.Have you experienced significant tooth loss? Are you unsure which tooth replacement option is best for you? Have you been told that you are not a good candidate for traditional dental implants? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, we are proud to announce that All-on-Four dental implants are now being offered at Hue Dental, your local Garland family dentist – Richardson.

If you are interested in learning more about this revolutionary dental implant system, contact our Garland, TX office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Tran. You can reach us online or by calling (469) 969-0149.

What are All-on-Four Dental Implants?

This innovative dental implant system is designed to support a full arch denture on just four dental implants. Each implant is strategically placed to provide the utmost support and durability. Traditionally, an implant-supported denture requires two oral surgeries for the placement of at least six dental implants and an extensive healing period. In addition, patients must have adequate jawbone strength to support the implants.

Because All-on-Four dental implants are tilted when inserted into the jawbone, patients who may not otherwise qualify for dental implants, due to bone degeneration or insufficient jawbone strength, are able to receive a beautifully customized and permanent implant-supported denture. Often times, this procedure can be completed in as little time as a single appointment. If you are looking for an affordable and quick solution to replacing your smile, you may enjoy the benefits of All-on-Four dental implants.

Who is a Good Candidate?

Believe it or not, almost anyone with good oral health and a healthy immune system is a candidate for All-on-Four dental implants. When Nobel Biocare® created this implant system in 1998, they wanted to provide dental implants for patients who wanted to avoid complex oral surgeries, bone grafting, or simply needed an affordable solution to repairing their smiles. Good candidates for All-on-Four dental implants include:

  • Patients unable to qualify for traditional implants
  • Patients with bone loss
  • Patients looking to avoid bone grafting
  • Patients with partial or complete tooth loss in their upper and/or lower jaw
  • Patients who do not smoke
  • Patients who do not have chronic, immune system weakening diseases
  • Patients currently wearing, but dissatisfied with traditional dentures

Benefits of All-On-Four Dental Implants

Choosing to replace your smile with an implant-retained denture supported by All-on-Four dental implants provides many great benefits, including:

  • Improved dental function and speech
  • Durable, long-lasting results
  • Beautifully customized restoration with realistic aesthetics
  • Enhanced desire to smile and increased self-confidence

This implant system is cost-effective and delivers faster results, unlike traditional implants that generally require an extensive four to six month healing period and numerous follow-up appointments. In most cases, All-on-Four dental implants and the placement of your restoration can be completed in just one appointment, making it ideal for patients with significant tooth loss.

Contact Us Today

If you are missing most or all your teeth in your upper and/or lower jaw, Dr. Tran can provide you with a full arch implant-retained denture supported by just four dental implants.

To learn more about All-on-Four dental implants and how you can personally benefit from this teeth replacement solution, contact Dr. Hue today, the Garland family dentist – Richardson by calling (469) 969-0149 to schedule your appointment.


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